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Author: Roderick Wong
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (July 3, 2000)
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Motivation: A Biobehavioural Approach by Roderick Wong



Motivation: A Biobehavioural Approach provides the reader with an understanding of why individuals exhibit certain behaviors, and what causes these actions. Roderick Wong presents an analysis of motivated behavior such as sexual activity, parental behavior, food selection, and fear or aggression, from a biological perspective. Each chapter focuses on the individual systems underlying specific motivational states that result in motivated acts. The author discusses similarities, differences, and integration between these motivational systems throughout the volume. Using a framework derived from.

Author: Roderick Wong. Motivation: A Biobehavioural Approach provides the reader with an understanding of why individuals exhibit certain behaviors, and what causes these actions. This book will be particularly useful for undergraduate students in psychology or behavioral science taking courses in motivation and emotion, comparative psychology, animal behavior, or biological psychology.

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Motivation: a biobehavioural approach. Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia. published by the press syndicate of the university of cambridge The Pitt Building, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom. This book is concerned with the analysis of motivated behaviour from a biological perspective. Although some psychology students may nd biological topics less to their personal tastes than material that is speci-cally human-oriented with a social emphasis, I hope that they may be pleasantly surprised by the material in this book. ISBN 9780511612695 (978-0-511-61269-5) Cambridge University Press, 2009. Find signed collectible books: 'Motivation: A Biobehavioural Approach'. Motivation: A Biobehavioural Approach: ISBN 9780521561754 (978-0-521-56175-4) Hardcover, Cambridge University Press, 2000. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.

Motivation: A Biobehavioural Approach provides the reader with an understanding of why an individual exhibits certain behaviours, and what the causes of these actions are. Roderick Wong presents an analysis of motivated behaviour such as sexual activity, parental behaviour, food selection, fear or aggression, from a biological perspective, each chapter focussing on individual systems underlying specific motivational states that result in motivated acts. The similarities, differences and integration between these motivational systems are discussed throughout

Motivation: A Biobehavioural Approach provides the reader with an understanding of why individuals exhibit certain behaviors, and what causes these actions. Roderick Wong presents an analysis of motivated behavior such as sexual activity, parental behavior, food selection, and fear or aggression, from a biological perspective. Each chapter focuses on the individual systems underlying specific motivational states that result in motivated acts. The author discusses similarities, differences, and integration between these motivational systems throughout the volume. Using a framework derived from research and theory from animal behavior and comparative psychology, he analyzes relevant issues in human motivation such as mate choice, nepotism, attachment and independence, sensation-seeking, obesity, and parent-offspring conflict. This book will be particularly useful for undergraduate students in psychology or behavioral science taking courses in motivation and emotion, comparative psychology, animal behavior, or biological psychology.